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Plan Your Visit

If you’re a history buff, nature lover, or simply looking for a good meal – Fort Monroe is unlike any other. From walking and biking to swimming and boating, Fort Monroe provides a family-friendly atmosphere that celebrates history and facilitates insightful conversations with National Park Service (NPS) rangers. Throughout our beautiful 565-acre national monument we offer a wide variety of seasonal events including a summer concert series in Continental Park and Ghost Walk Tours in the fall. 

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Where to Start

  1. Start at the Fort Monroe Visitor and Education Center at 30 Ingalls Road
  2. Pick up a map, a few brochures, and the Walking Tour Guide
  3. Pick up your free ticket to visit the Casemate Museum
  4. Spend some time in the interpretive galleries
  5. Pick up NPS Junior Ranger and B.A.R.K. Ranger information and your Fort Monroe passport stamp
  6. Stroll through the Casemate Museum at 20 Bernard Road, where you can learn about America’s largest stone fort in existence today
  7. Continue your exploration by walking across the moat bridge to enter the stone fort where 400+ years of history await you